Near the end of July, a team of students from Missouri University of Science and Technology will compete in an intercollegiate aerial robotics event that some have described as a complex chess match for drones. The drones are designed and built by students, including their custom electronics.

The International Aerial Robotics Competition (IARC) will take place July 25-27 at Georgia Institute of Technology. This will be Missouri S&T’s first entry into the competitive scene of flying robots. At this year’s event, Missouri S&T’s Multirotor Robot Design Team will use an autonomous aerial robot named “Sentinel” to guide ground-based robots to a sp…
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